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Nov. 9, 2018

Marines herald 243 years of service, sacrifice, fidelity

The U.S. Marine Corps' 243rd birthday is Nov. 10; Marines and guests in the McNamara Headquarters Complex marked the occasion in a recent event honoring the service of Marines past and present.

Sept. 13, 2018

Air Force marks 71st birthday with themes of trust, commitment

Flying blades, a brass band and remarks from a three-star Air Force deputy chief of staff marked the 71st birthday of the Air Force at the McNamara Headquarters Complex Sept. 12.

June 18, 2018

Army celebrates 243 years of traditions, transitions, sacrifice

Retired Army Lt. Gen. Mitchell Stevenson, former Army deputy chief of staff for logistics, reflected on the Army's contributions to the nation at a June 14 Army birthday celebration at DLA's McNamara Headquarters Complex.

May 21, 2018

Ex-USACE commander, Army personnel deputy chief shares multicultural experiences, challenges

Retired Army Lt. Gen. Thomas Bostick shared his thoughts on celebrating your heritage while focusing on performing at your highest level.

Oct. 5, 2017

DLA Aviation celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Defense Supply Center Richmond, Virginia, employees celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with an opening ceremony Sept. 26, 2017 in the Lotts Conference Center. The guest speaker was Miguel Zayas, division chief of the Procure-to-Pay Process Cycle Integration, Defense Logistics Agency Acquisition, Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Zayas emphasized volunteering for difficult jobs and his determination to excel at each task, no matter how menial, have been the keys to his successes.

Sept. 22, 2017

All employees responsible for America’s future, says FDA official

All government employees, Hispanic and otherwise, have a part in shaping the future of America, a U.S. Food and Drug Administration official told McNamara Headquarters Complex employees during a Hispanic Heritage Month observance Sept. 20.

Sept. 22, 2016

Inclusion, diversity key parts of America’s future, says State Department official

The federal government’s need for diverse, talented and resilient men and women has never been greater, a human resources director for the U.S. Department of State said during a Hispanic Heritage Month observance at the McNamara Headquarters Complex Sept. 21.